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2013 NFL Playoffs TV schedule, how to watch online, radio and more

The NFL playoffs kick off this weekend. Here's how to watch.

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The 2013 NFL playoffs begin this weekend with first round action on Saturday and Sunday. What follows is a complete rundown of how to watch, hear and/or catch these games if you're away from your TV.

Kickoff for the Cincinnati Bengals (10-6) clash with the Houston Texans (12-4) is slated for 4:30 p.m. ET on Saturday, Jan. 5 at Reliant Stadium, and the game will be televised on NBC. The Bengals' radio broadcast can be caught locally on 700 WLW-AM and Cincinnati's ESPN 1530, while the Texans broadcast can be heard locally on 610 AM, 100.3 FM, 1010 AM, as well as Sirius 86.

The second game on the schedule for Saturday pits the Minnesota Vikings (10-6) against their NFC North rival Green Bay Packers (11-5). The action will start at 8 p.m. ET at Lambeau Field, and the game will be televised on NBC as well. Vikings fans can hear a local broadcast on Sirius 92, while Packers backers can catch the radio broadcast on Sirius 86.

The Sunday slate opens with the Indianapolis Colts (11-5) taking on the Baltimore Ravens (10-6), in what could be Ravens' linebacker Ray Lewis' last NFL game. Kickoff is set for 1 p.m. ET at M&T Bank Stadium, and the game will be televised on CBS. The Colts radio broadcast can be heard on Sirius 92, and the Ravens on Sirius 86.

The nightcap on Sunday has the Seattle Seahawks (11-5) going up against Robert Griffin III and the Washington Redskins (10-6) at FedEx Field. That game is slated to begin at 4:30 p.m. ET, and will be televised on FOX. Seattle fans can hear the game locally on 710 AM ESPN or 97.3 KIRO FM, while the Redskins can be heard on Sirius 86.

For those who won't be near a television this weekend, there are ways to catch the action online. Verizon subscribers can watch games live with the NFL Mobile app (subscription required), and NFL Game Pass offers live online broadcasts to users outside the USA.